Independent Travel Journeys or Special Group Programs arranged
Explore Hopi and Navajo, Zuni, and other Native American cultures, prehistoric sites, canyon lands. Cosmology, history, legends, archaeology, natural history, personal interactions with Native hosts. Enter with respect, connect with spirit of place.
Your guide-consultant is Sandra Cosentino who founded Crossing Worlds Journeys & Retreats in 1991 to share her informed passion for this region and her cultures. Her programs are based on more than 35 years of sharing in friendship and respect with Native peoples and leading tours, ceremonies, insight retreats. She also is founder-director of the non-profit: Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects.
Travel to Hopi, Navajo and other Southwest tribal lands is restricted during the Covid emergency and therefore no programs are being set up at this time.
Your monetary support is welcome to help us provide boxes of hygiene and food supplies to families in Hopi villages. Donations link and more info at our non-profit, all-volunteer Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects.
Special Hopi & Navajo Programs created for groups
These are planned and led by Sandra Cosentino for groups who provide their own transportation.
Hopi and/or Navajo Spirit Journeys, 2 – 3 days
Ancient Cultures & Canyons Independent Traveler Journeys
Customized based on your goals, timeframe and personalized itinerary consulting.
The trip begins with an in depth seminar in Sedona area. Then you head out with maps, reference packet, CD with regional songs to meet Native guides and as well as explore on your own.
Hopi Mesas 1 or 2 day Journey
Southwest Ancient Cultures Journey, 3 – 5 days
Grand Canyon and Sacred Peaks Independent Travel program at a Sedona red rock site
Independent traveler option with Sedona pre-trip earth-spirit outdoor seminar at a red rock overlook.
Description of some Hopi, Navajo, Canyon de Chelly and Zuni experiences.
- Hopi Culture Experience–article
- Navajo Culture Experience–article
- Zuni Culture Experience–article
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects, non-profit: since 1999 supporting Hopi Sustainability and cross-cultural education.